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Big Stone City News By Gail Maxwell members carved and decorated pump- 839-2207 kins. Members will donate money to American Legion Auxiliary will be the Salvation Army angel tree and food having a pot luck supper at 6 p.m. in shelf. The November meeting will be the Legion Clubroom on Nov. 8. It is held at the home of Kathy Stoddard. their 92nd birthday. Come help the Auxiliary ladies celebrate their birth- days. Legion members are also in- vited. Round table club members met Oct. 25 at 6:30 p.m. at the home of Vicki GulleT. Nine members were present. Club members enjoyed a great meal after a short business meeting, Club Remember to bring cookies for the cookie exchange. Jerri Van Hout and Phyllis Schluter went with their brother Pat Kvidera and his wife Jonnie to Tennessee to visit Jerri, Phyllis and Pat's sister Mary and her husband Mark Fredrick of Crossville, TN. Arlin and Verna Angerhofer were among several who attended an an- niversary party on Saturday, Oct. 22 for Clarence and Phyllis Justice. Sun- day, Oct. 23 the Angerhofers attended the benefit for James Angerhofer at Emmanuel Lutheran Church of Mil- bank. On Thursday morning, Oct. 20 Gert Goldsmith visited Ruth Torgerson. Sunday morning, Oct. 23 Ruth Torgerson's great grandson Nick Torg- erson visited Ruth. Sunday, Oct. 23 Don and Arvene Van Hout went to Raymond to cele- brated Isaac Hauser's 13th birthday and Laura Hauser's 16th birthday. Vern and Judy Lund drove with Bev and Erv Kaufman to Sioux Falls to the VA hospital on Saturday, Oct. 22 to have Erv's hearing checked out. The fall colors were beautiful on the drive. Thursday, Oct. 20 Veto and Judy Lund attended a dinner at Shady Beach for the 50th anniversary of the Milbank Lions. Todd Larsen and family of Dayton, Richard Larsen and family of Cham- plin, Kevin and Lori Bogenrief and family of Chanhassen, and Johnny Larsen of Andover were Oct. 21 week- end guests of Marion Larsen. Dale and Trudy Martig came down on Sunday for breakfast and to visit Marion. Christopher of Illinois came to visit Gold at a near all time $1745 an oz. Gimmick $5.00 Cash No obligation just free $5 to evaluate your goods. Must be 18 years of aae or o der Limi[one coupo'per customer. 1205 E. Hwy. 12 Super 8 ailbank, SD 57252 Motel 605-432-9288 or 612-802-9686 ON !!! WED.,,,NOV,00 2-,, 1PM-7 PM. THURS., NOV.00 3 -9AM-7 Pa FRI., NOV. 4 - 9 AM- 7 PM SAT., NOV. 5 - 9 AM- NOON (Please note later start time on Wednesday!) 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On Oct. 19 Suzann Harmening and her girlfriend Patti Haukos enjoyed the day together. They had lunch together and did some shopping. On Saturday, Oct. 22 Carol Holtquist had visitors Staci Terry and son Chris of Aberdeen, Cheryl Stevens of Milbank, Lauren Berndt of Wilmot and Hanna Fredrichsen of Big Stone. Elmer and Charlotte Athey spent a weekend in Sioux Falls at the home of Jason and Kristine Wurtz and family Sue Goldsmith of Sioux Falls spent time with her mother Loretta Stem of Northridge over the Oct. 21 weekend. Sue also spent it with the Goldsmiths of Big Stone City. Visitors on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 23 of Veto and Gert Goldsmith were Sue Goldsmith of Sioux Falls, Jackie Dybdahl of Clinton, Pat Delgehausen, Ryan and Brian Krause, Amanda Sum- mers, and Ashley Tillma of Milbank. The Roger Christensen family at- tended the Grant County 4-H recogni- tion event where Emma, Andrew and Matthew received 4-H pins and awards. These included the following: Emma Champion Beef Animal award, Andrew Senior Swine Showmanship, and Matthew Beginning Swine Show- manship. These awards were received for participation at Achievement Days. Emma also received the Dennis Schmieg Simmental Beef award. Clifford Christensen returned home after visiting his daughters Janell and Paul Andrews and family on a farm near Jerome, ID and Linda and Troy Asher and family of Caldwell, ID. Clifford also visited with his cousin Jerry and Judelle Rothi of Canby, OR. Jerry and Judelle had cousins over Roger and Barb Anderson and brother Dale Anderson. Judelle's sister Janice Copley was also there. Joe and Nadine Villella enjoyed a two day visit with their great grand- daughter Grace Sherod of Minneapo- lis. They did a lot of reading, a lot of shopping and a lot of crafts. Grace came out during the MEA break. Harlan and Carolyn Munson's daughter and son-in-law Doug and Kristin Kroell of Aberdeen, SD visited Harlan and Carolyn the weekend of Oct. 21. Harlan and Carolyn Munson are the grandparents of a new baby boy named Brekken whose parents are Jimmy and Dawn Huettl of Bismarck, ND. Brekken was born Thursday, Oct. 20. He was seven pounds, nine ounces. Roger and Marilyn Barnhardt went to visit their daughter Traci and Seth. Fonger in Superior, WI from Saturday, Oct. 22 to Tuesday, Oct. 25. They en- joyed food, fun and fellowship. The weekend of Oct. 28 Wade and Cindy Van Dover and family went to Aberdeen, SD to visit family and friends and to go hunting. Tuesday, Oct. 25 the Wade Van Dover family celebrated Mark Van Dover's 15th birthday. HUMOR FROM THE CLASSROOM And other places I've hung out over the years By Arlo Janssen My wife and I took care of our lit- tle grandchildren a few days ago- Lucy, four-and-a-half, and Adam, three years old. While Ofelia was making lunch for all of us, the chil- dren asked me to play "Hide and Seek" with them-in the house. Before we started, Lucy asked, "Grandpa, what is 'seek?" When I told her that it means 'look for,' she said, "Let's play 'Hide and Go Look For;' we don't know 'seek'." Then they told me where they were going to hide. I went along with that a few times, and we had some fun with it. After that, I explained to the children that it might be more fun if they did not tell me where they were going to hide. When they did that, it was more enjoyable; they tried to really hide, and I showed surprise when I found them. I thought of that part of the game, when I was preparing the next day to speak on the Epistle of Paul to the Romans, chapter 8. In the same way that "Hide and Go Look For," is more enjoyable when we don't know what's behind the door, or in the closet, maybe the 'glory to be revealed in us' after this life will be a more wonder- ful surprise since we don't know what it will be until we see it. Anyway, isn't it wonderful to have been found by Jesus in this life. For sure, our Lord does know what seek means and He knows where and how to do it. Thinking of heaven reminds me of a time when I was ministering to an elderly woman in her last hours of life. I wanted to assure her that being with the Lord would be wonderful. "Just think," I said to her, "in heav- en we will be free of pain, suffering, or loneliness-all the things that bother us here." There was no answer, so I went on, holding her hand, "being with the Lord will be better than anything-bet- ter than your honeymoon was with Henry, who is now waiting for you.". With that, the dying woman opened her eyes to a squint and said, in a faint whisper, "Our honeymoon- that wasn't so good." After a brief pause, she added, "But I want to see my dear Henry again." Then, with a faint smile, she whis- pered almost inaudibly, "We'll both be with Jesus; that's....better than a honeymoon here; isn't it?" When I assured her that she was right, she closed her eyes for the last time and went to sleep. Signed copies of Arlo's book about growing up in Odessa are available at Otrey Lake Gallery in Ortonville. If you would like to contact him, write to PO Box 1311, Benson, AZ, 85602. E- mail: arlo.janssen@ gmail, corn Ortonville Study Club Maureen Stores Secretary/Treasurer The Ortonville Study club met at the Matador at 11:30 a.m. on Wednes- day, Oct. 19, 2011. Barbara Johnson and Pat Kunz were hostesses. There were 11 members present. President Carol Newman welcomed everyone. Marge Lindholm, program chair, introduced Brent Olson as our speaker for the meeting. He read from his pub- lished work, and shared his process in writing poetry and his syndicated columns. Our next meeting will be Wednes-. day, Nov. 16 at the Matador. Our host- esses are Darlene Mikkelson and Marge Lindholm. Nola Lockwood is in charge of the program. ARK DIAMONDS & UPTOWN GOLD PRECIOUS METAL BUYERS use Calls By Appointment - (612) 802-9686 - GIA Graduate Gemologist - Over 31 Years Experience RECEIVING RECOGNITION FOR 48 YEARS OF PERFECT ATTENDANCE is Kiwanian Jack Gable of Ortonville. Pictured with Jack is Judy Rosendahl of Madison, District Lieutenant Governor. Kiwanis International is a thriv- ing organization, of service, and communit -minded men and women who support chddren and youngadults arounthe world. Ortonville Kiwanis meets Tuesdays at noon at the Community Center and all are encouraged to consider joining this worthwhile orgamzation. Tuespay, Nov. 1,2011 INDEPENDENT Page 5 ,  i: 1 , Ir "